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The mortal remains have been moved with great reverence from Holy Trinity Cemetery to the Chapel at Resurrection Cemetery until a permanent shrine can be completed.  The gravesite at Holy Trinity Cemetery, where Bl. Rother was buried for 35 years, has been preserved for continuing visitation purposes.


It is about two and a half miles from Holy Trinity church to the Cemetery.
From the church:

  1. Travel West to Highway 81
  2. Left (South) on HWY 81
  3. Take the Highway 81 exit ramp toward El Reno.
  4. Immediately at the the end of the ramp, turn right to double back.
  5. Follow the road for about 1 mile.
  6. The cemetery will be on your right.

Take the Highway 81 exit ramp toward El Reno, which exits to the right on Northwest Expressway.  After looping around and going under the highway, you will see a small, green Holy Trinity Cemetery sign.  Turn right and follow the road for about 1 mile. The cemetery will be on your right.

After you arrive at the cemetery and park, it is a short walk to the graveside:

1. Enter the cemetery through the main gate.



2. Walk all the way to the large crucifix in the center.  Look Slightly almost straight ahead, but slightly to the left.



3. You will see the headstone is dark gray granite with the words “Padre Aplas”